The T-Rex Who Wanted To Be A Long Neck: A Children’s Picture Book On Overcoming Anger ( 6) by Valerie Harmon and Carol Stevens

Rated 5 stars and has hit #1 Best Seller in Category!The sixth fully-illustrated children’s book in the WantsToBe series.Animated app version for iPad is available now in the App Store℠.T-Rex is ashamed of his terrible temper and when he sees a peaceful herd of long neck dinosaurs, he decides he needs to be a long neck too. Struggling on this quest, he discovers that keeping his temper requires changes on the inside, not the outside. As he figures out how to control his temper, he unexpectedly transforms into a mixture of his old self (Tyrannosaurus Rex) and a new self (a long neck Diplodicus). Not only an educational story about overcoming anger, this tale is also a metaphor for how we all transform after accomplishing difficult things.Add To Your Cart and teach children about goal setting and overcoming obstacles, while laughing at the imaginative ending. Be sure to check out the other books in the series, all of them have hit #1 Best Selling in Category and have earned 4.7-5 star reviews:The Snake Who Wanted To Be A HorseThe Elephant Who Wanted To Be A BeeThe Alligator Who Wanted To Be A DogThe Peacock Who Wanted To Be A PigThe Chipmunk Who Wanted To Be A Bear

Author: Valerie Harmon and Carol Stevens

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
15 reviews

Infernal Stock: Dixon Breaks Loose by Ronnie Schiller

Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award 2012 Quarterfinalist

Dixon Azel loves sunshine, processed cheese, and network news. He drives a modest car and lives in a modest home. He is tall, good-looking, and has a charming smile. Dixon Azel is in imminent danger of going to hell.

As a demon soul broker in the employ of The Corporation—the business side of hell—he’s hit a run of bad luck. The younger brokers say he’s lost his touch, and the boss has given him an ultimatum: meet the quota by year-end, or go back to HQ for retraining.

There was a time when he would have no problem convincing ten lonely singles to trade a soul for the object of their desires. Dixon refuses to believe that time has passed.

Dixon’s reputation is nearly restored when a scandal ensnares him, shaking his beliefs of good and evil in the corporate marketplace. Disillusioned and reckless, Dixon abandons a century of caution to pursue the final soul for his redemption: the unwinnable woman who challenges everything he knows.

He must choose whether to cling to the career he has mastered but hates, or risk all to explore the dangers of sleeping with the enemy.

A satirical Urban Fantasy set in the American Southwest, INFERNAL STOCK was written by a survivor of corporate bureaucracy. Full of dark humor, it is the tale of an affable guy working for a heartless corporation, where the CEO happens to be Satan.

Author: Ronnie Schiller

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
18 reviews

Tommy Meets Dr. Zeus: A Tommy Tussle Adventure #2 by Larry Dean Jackson

Tommy and his friends would rather do anything than study Greek Mythology in their 5th grade class. And while their minds don’t exactly change, they suddenly find an interest in the subject. But the interest is not what you would expect. It was certainly not what they expected. As a result they find themselves in a situation where the only thing that can save them is Greek mythology.

Author: Larry Dean Jackson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
16 reviews

Flying Girl [Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood – Book 1 & Prequel] by Robert Iannone

For a limited time, Rose’Alynnia – the series prequel – is included with this book.****************************************************************”I admit that being only nine, I did need lots of help from my sisters. Lucky for me two are dragons and two are sea serpents. The others are human; one’s my best friend who is way smarter than me and the last is the prettiest shade of green and the most beautiful girl I ever met.*****Egg and the Hameggattic Sisterhood is a twelve book, girl-empowering fantasy adventure series written for ages six through eleven. This is a two book edition containing Flying Girl and Ham and Egg.Our heroine is Eloise Grace Graystone, known to family and friends by her initials – Egg. Her adventure begins in Book one, Flying Girl, on the day her grandmother gives her a flying suit and three mysterious pieces of jewelry.The first six books tell the story of Egg as she begins to discover the secrets of the jewelry. The last six books chronicle Egg’s quest to save Aerianna, a world that’s home to three intelligent species – humans, dragons and sea serpents. Here begins her journey from a nine year old girl to the leader of the Hameggattic Sisterhood.

Author: Robert Iannone

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
19 reviews

Happy Hat Day: A Silly Rhyming Picture Book for Kids by Gerald Hawksley

Our hats are bent!
Our hats are old!
Our heads are bare!
Our heads are cold!
We all need new hats, it’s clear!
Thank goodness Happy Hat Day’s nearly here.

Another silly rhyming Kindle book for kids from Gerald Hawksley.

“Hat-tastic!” – Hattie MacHat
“Mad hats!” – The Mad Hatter
“Hats off!” – Trilby Bowler

Author: Gerald Hawksley

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
58 reviews

Don’t Juggle Bees! And Other Useless Advice For Silly Children: A Silly Rhyming Picture Books for Kids by Gerald Hawksley

Another silly rhyming children’s picture book from Gerald Hawksley!
DO say “please”, if you’d like some cheese.
DON’T attempt to juggle bees.
DO remember where you keep your toes.
DON’T balance an elephant on your nose.
Packed with completely useless advice and jolly illustrations, this charming rhyming picture book is a simple, silly guide to life, which will enlighten and entertain silly children (and silly adults) everywhere! A silly rhyming picture book for children by Gerald Hawksley, created especially for the Kindle.

And DO see if you can spot the mouse on every page!

Author: Gerald Hawksley

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
173 reviews

The Mystic Princesses and the Whirlpool by PJ LaRue and Aristides Rodriguez

Join Exciting Princess Adventures and Learn Life Lessons Along the Way
Have you ever wanted to ride a dolphin or dreamed of playing on a rainbow as if it were a waterslide?

How would you feel if someone tried to kidnap you, and you were forced to move to Hawai’i to hide and live with people you don’t know? That happened to Harmonie.

Come meet Harmonie, her new Mystic Princess friends, and find out what happens when her enemies, the Children of Ares, find her again.

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Author: PJ LaRue and Aristides Rodriguez

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
25 reviews

Brownie Points by Jennifer Coburn

Sometimes that’s the way the Thin Mints crumble…When Lisa Taylor and her family move from San Francisco to the suburban paradise of Los Corderos, they know their family won’t fit in perfectly. They’re the only interracial family in the neighborhood. Lisa is a snarky sculptor. And 13-year-old Logan is gay.After Logan is repeatedly bullied at school, he finds his niche in an unusual place – his twin sister’s Girl Scout troop. When he tries to join, the organization refuses, so the boy sues for gender discrimination and sets off a firestorm of national media coverage. This only makes matters worse between the Logan and his father, a macho firefighter who is already struggling with his son’s sexual orientation.Adding to the strife is Lisa’s increasing distaste for Junta Moms who wish each other “Namaste” while rigging school elections and stealing each other’s husbands.Join the Taylors on their hilarious journey as they face the fight of their lives and,in the process, discover what it means to be a family.Praise for Jennifer Coburn’s Books”Jennifer Coburn’s Tales From the Crib is a deliciously fun, laugh-out-loud readabout one woman’s journey toward motherhood. You won’t be able to put this book down until you arrive at the final, satisfying page.”- Emily Giffin, author of Where We Belong“The Queen Gene is entertaining…fresh, fast, and unpredictable…I didn’t want it to end!”- Jennifer Lancaster, author of Jeneration X“I absolutely loved The Wife of Reilly. It’s so funny and snappy, it was a totaldelight…a riot from start to finish, but an intelligent, thoughtful one that says alot about the nature of love and relationships.”- Marian Keyes, author of This Charming Man

Author: Jennifer Coburn

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
104 reviews

Gone Off The D by K Griffin and Jackie Chanel

Join Dawn as she gives you a first hand look into her life of a young woman who is deeply in love with a Baltimore hustler named Rell; a slick talking guy who has all the right words and on top of that he had the best sex. She finds herself all wrapped up in the dreams that her prince charming will become the family man she wants. No matter how much pain and embarrassing moments he puts her through, she is willing to stay and fight for their relationship. Rell has different plans though. He has access to all the fun and women that he desires and just see Dawn as just another female he can add to his long list of his sexual partners. Is Dawn all caught up in a web of deceit and lies or will she break free from being Gone off the D?

Author: K Griffin and Jackie Chanel

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
74 reviews

Sky Zone: A Novel (The Crittendon Files Book 3) by Creston Mapes

A rally for a controversial presidential candidate.A terrorist threat.A nightmare of cataclysmic proportions. Jack and Pamela Crittendon have hit the breaking point. After months out of work as a reporter, Jack is playing Mr. Mom and working part-time at Festival Arena with his survivalist friend Brian Shakespeare. Meanwhile, Pamela has gone back to work full-time while eight months pregnant. Having her recently widowed mother on hand isn’t making matters any easier.With financial pressures boiling, Jack reports for duty at a rally for controversial presidential candidate Martin Sterling where he expects a mindless night on the job. But when Homeland Security picks up intel about a potential terrorist threat, Jack and Shakespeare are thrust into a life-or-death battle to save their own lives–and the lives of thousands of innocent people.This third book in The Crittendon Files reminds us of the power of family, friendships and faith–and why we are never in as much control as we think.

Author: Creston Mapes

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
75 reviews